By the end of the course, the Student will have:
1. understood the fundamental traits of the phenomenological debate of the early twenty century on the practical function of intentionality with particular attention to theory of will of Moritz Geiger, Max Scheler and Edmund Husserl;
2. mastered the philosophical lexicon. Theoretical and historical-philosophical attention will be payed to the following terms: intentionality, will, motivation, emotion, value, evaluation;
3. developed the capacity to take a stance on the philosophical issues discussed in class;
4. developed the ability to argue for the supported thesis considering the historical-philosophical context;
5. read and understood autonomously the works of the treated authors.